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Charlotte Church is in No Hurry to Loose Baby Weight

by VR Sreeraman on August 29, 2007 at 7:01 PM
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Charlotte Church is in No Hurry to Loose Baby Weight

Welsh pop star Charlotte Church will loose weight naturally after the delivery of her child next month.

Eight months pregnant with her rugby player boyfriend Gavin Henson's child, Church is determined to loose her baby weight without working out.

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"Charlotte isn't into the celebrity gym thing at all," Contactmusic quoted Church's mother Maria, as saying.

"Celebrities who have babies seem to be stick thin again within weeks - they must spend every waking hour at the gym.

Charlotte is determined to get the weight off, but she will do it gradually.

"It usually takes most women six months to a year and that is the goal she has set herself.

"Being with her new baby is far more important to Charlotte than some silly workout, " she added.

Source: ANI
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